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Signs For Airports That Are No Longer There?  
User currently offlineFalstaff From United States of America, joined Jun 2006, 6436 posts, RR: 30
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Several weeks back there was a thread asking about odds and ends around airports with defunct airline names on them. Today I spotted something along those lines, but not for an airline, but for an entire terminal. I spotted this sign across Burton Dr. from the post office at DTW near the Berry Terminal. The Davey Terminal was torn down after the McNamara terminal opened. Has anyone else ever spotted a sign for an airport building that is no longer around.

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Davey Terminal sign, DTW 10-7-06

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